Russian weightlifter stripped of medal of the London Olympics

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The international Olympic Committee to cancel the result of the Russian weightlifter Apti Aukhadov, who at the Olympics in London he won gold. The Russian was convicted of doping

A positive result is obtained in the course of rechecking the doping samples of the athletes participating in the Olympics in 2008 and 2012. Auhadiev caught in the use of turinabol and drostanolone.

Auhadiev at the London Olympics won a silver medal in the category up to 85 kg. Now the medal will be handed over to the Iranian Kianush the Growth. Bronze will get Egyptian Tarek Yehia.

On 11 October Russian Tatyana Lysenko (Beloborodov) was stripped of Olympic gold in London. The doping test athletes who won in competitions in hammer throwing, found turinabol. Also, the use of turinabol was convicted of Anna Chicherova (high jump, bronze Olympic games 2008), Maria Abakumova (javelin throw, Olympic games 2008), Anastasia Kapachinskaya (running, silver Olympic games 2008), Julia Chermoshanskaya (running, Olympic games 2008) and Marina Shainova (weightlifting, Olympics 2008).

The IOC began retesting samples taken during the Olympics in Beijing and London in 2015. First the test were samples of those athletes who could compete at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. After this was checked the sample of the winners of the competition.

Through the review of more than a dozen Russian athletes are deprived of medals of the Olympic games in Beijing and London. To disqualify Lysenko latest Russian athlete deprived of medals at the London Olympics was a wrestler Besik Kudukhov, who won silver.

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